So many popular IPTV services are going down lately, but why is that?
Helix, Voodoo and Area 51 are just some of the latest IPTVs that have gone offline, leaving their customers in the dark and wondering if they could get their subscription (and money) back.
Apparently, it's all about not being consistent, having weak security measures and operating as a 'pirate' IPTV that has these companies shut down for good.
Internet-savvy users who see a blank screen on their TV or computers will check 'is iptv down' in their area, and the search results can be disappointing.
For instance ok2 iptv down is caused by Gold moving their servers as they faced a shakedown by Bell & Rogers media company.
When you check on their website and Facebook page the company says they will be back soon, but then there's no guarantee.
It's quite an inconvenience when your IPTV channels suddenly go down and you don't know if it will be back up ever again.
For this reason you should look for a reputable IPTV company that's legal and works in full compliance with broadcasting regulations.